Samsung India And Physics Wallah Launch Educational App Meant For TVs, Smart Monitors

Samsung India has teamed up with the online education platform Physics Wallah to introduce the Samsung Education Hub TV and smart monitor app. This collaboration aims to transform televisions into educational tools, offering students the opportunity to attend online classes on larger screens.

What to know: The app, designed to cater to students from 6th to 12th grade under the CBSE Board and those preparing for competitive exams like IIT and NEET, provides access to live and on-demand educational content. Existing Physics Wallah subscribers can easily access this content, while new users can try premium live courses and Physics Wallah Khazaana content for free for up to two months on their TVs or Smart Monitors.

Additionally, consumers can benefit from a 20% discount on the fee for any of Physics Wallah's premium live courses.

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Availability and Future Vision: The Samsung Education Hub app will be available on all 2023 Samsung TVs and Smart Monitors, with plans to extend the rollout to models released in 2020. Dipesh Shah, Head of India Consumer Experience Team at Samsung, emphasized the app’s potential to revolutionize online learning by making it more engaging and accessible on big screens. He envisions a future where learning is boundless and easily accessible.

Abhishek Mishra, Chief Strategy Officer of Physics Wallah, highlighted the partnership’s goal to broaden the distribution of quality educational content. He believes that learning on bigger screens at home will enhance students’ understanding and retention of knowledge, aligning with their mission to make education accessible through various means.

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